Traditional Residence Halls

Harriet Tubman Hall

 

Tubman Hall is a traditional style residence hall for the independent living of freshman students.  It is located in the rear of the campus. Tubman Hall is a co-ed residence hall. It mirrors the Living Learning Community which is a designated residence hall for upper classmen. Tubman Hall consists of double occupancy rooms and community bathroom facilities serviced by the University twice a day. Each room is furnished with two beds, dressers, closets, desks, and desk chairs. Tubman Hall is not air conditioned, however it’s basement is supplied with a fully functioning laundry room which is available at no charge.

The building is supervised by an Area Coordinator and a team of six Resident Advisors. The staff supervises the residence hall to help make sure your transition into college and independent living goes smoothly. Resident Advisors are your “go to” staff members when you have any questions or concerns.

Tubman hall is within short walking distance to on campus SEPTA (Southeast Pennsylvania Transportation Authority) bus routes 120 and 119.  These routes provide public transportation to off campus destinations. Green space in front of the residence hall provides ideal space for students to picnic, lounge, or participate in any outdoor activities.

Tubman Hall's student lounge features a state of the art smart TV, comfortable lounge furniture, and an open area for large groups participating in programs, tutoring, or social activities.

 

 

Martin Luther King Jr. Hall


King Hall is a co-ed traditional style residence hall for the independent living of Upper classmen students. Located near the main entrance of Campus, it is adjacent to Ada Georges Dining hall, and a student parking lot. With the historic Greek Lane right across the street King Hall is the main hall for events, programming, and outside activities. King Hall consists of double occupancy rooms and community bathroom facilities serviced by the University twice a day. Each room is furnished with two  beds, dressers, closets, desks, and desk chairs. King Hall is not air conditioned, however the basement is supplied with a fully functioning laundry room, available at no charge!

The building is supervised by an Area Coordinator and a team of six Resident Advisors. The staff supervises the residence hall to help make sure your transition into college and independent living goes smoothly. Resident Advisors are your “go to” staff members when you have any questions or concerns.

King Hall is right across the street to on campus SEPTA (Southeast Pennsylvania Transportation Authority) bus routes 120 and 119 and green space.  Septa Routes 120 and 119 provide public transportation to off campus destinations. Green space across the street of the residence hall provides ideal space for students to picnic, lounge, or participate in any outdoor activities.

The King Hall student lounge features a state of the art smart TV, comfortable lounge furniture and a blue and white paint and new ceramic tile floor.

King Hall's lobby will be updated with a fitness room for student access 24 hours a day, a conference room that is available to reserve for study groups, student conferencing and programming, and lastly students will have access to computer technology by reservation during RA desk duty times.

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